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Maria E. Monzon, Bill Biasi, Elizabeth J. Mitcham, Shaojin Wang, Juming Tang, and Guy J. Hallman

that may have little effect on fruit quality. On the other hand, the Mexican fruit fly is an internal pest that would require longer heat treatments with hot water or hot air to heat the center of the fruit to desired lethal temperatures. These longer

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Eunkyung Lee, Steven A. Sargent, and Donald J. Huber

°C and 90% RH. Fruit were removed from ethylene upon reaching the desired stage (in 2–4 d), namely breaker (<10% red coloration), pink (30%–60% red coloration), or light-red ripeness stage (60%–90% red color). At this point, fruits were sorted by size

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Hazel Y. Wetzstein, Zibin Zhang, Nadav Ravid, and Michael E. Wetzstein

early wave of bloom. Petals were red–orange and extended beyond the sepal tips, but petals were not reflexed and stigmas and stamens were not visible. Fruit were not thinned. The 48 fruit that set from these tagged flowers were harvested at maturity (11

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Maojun Zhang, Lihua Ding, Qiang Wang, Meiqi Feng, and Shahrokh Khanizadeh

yellow green stigmas with 20 to 31 stamens, anthers are purplish red, rich in pollen, and the pistils are the same height as the stamens. Inflorescences are composed of seven to eight flowers and chromosome number is 2 n = 2 x = 34. Fruit. The

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John R. Clark and Chad E. Finn

M. Kellerhals and A. Aeppli. XII A 277 x Elstar; selected 1987; USPP 19,615; 6 Jan. 2009. Fruit: broad globose to conical globose to conical; medium, 77 mm diameter; little crowning; little greasiness; high amount and intensity of orange-red to red

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Charles F. Forney

. Decay is characterized by external lesions and often only part of the internal flesh is red, whereas the unaffected flesh remains white. Unlike most postharvest decays in other crops, there is little spread of disease from infected to healthy fruit in

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Juan Carlos Díaz-Pérez

cultivars were Camelot (Seminis, Oxnard, CA), Lafayette (Siegers Seed Co., Holland, MI), Sirius (Siegers Seed Co., Holland, MI), and Stiletto (Rogers, Boise, ID). ‘Camelot’ (red fruit) and ‘Lafayette’ (yellow fruit) are susceptible to Tomato spotted wilt

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Shawn A. Mehlenbacher and David C. Smith

. Description Compared with ‘Contorta’, grafted trees of ‘Red Dragon’ are slightly more vigorous with a desirable growth habit that is spreading rather than pendulous and have moderate branching ( Figs. 2 and 3 ). Too little branching would result in a “leggy

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Chae Shin Lim, Seong Mo Kang, Jeoung Lai Cho, Kenneth C. Gross, and Allan B. Woolf

grapefruits ( Kawada, 1980 ), whereas mature green fruit developed CI symptoms and appeared to be more sensitive to low temperatures than red-ripe pepper fruit ( Lin et al., 1993 ). However, little additional information has been documented on the relationship

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Mekjell Meland and Clive Kaiser

= no red color and 9 = red color covering the entire fruit surface. In the spring after the thinning treatments, the total number of flower clusters per tree was counted as a measure of return bloom. Statistical analysis. The data were evaluated by